He sports all black, including a cape and helmet, and has an imposing baritone voice, courtesy of James Earl Jones.
You and James Franco and a lot of those actors were very green.
James Franco is a very intelligent man, but his Harry Osborne was a little bit dopey.
James Warren on why former White House aides may be taking notice.
Speaking out publicly on phone hacking for the first time, Elisabeth Murdoch takes aim at her beleaguered brother James.
"I must speak to Isy about it," answered James with simplicity.
Mrs. James was saying only the other day that she quite missed them, and so did Mrs. Holmes.
The march from Gaines's Mills to the James river was uneventful.
Two years after, he was followed by Father James Marquette, a noble man, whose name will never die.
James sat down beside her and soothed her until she quieted down.
masc. proper name, name of two of Christ's disciples, late 12c. Middle English vernacular form of Late Latin Jacomus (source of Old French James, Spanish Jaime, Italian Giacomo), altered from Latin Jacobus (see Jacob).
The Welsh form was Iago, the Cornish Jago. Fictional British spy James Bond dates from 1953, created by British author Ian Fleming (1908-1964), who plausibly is said to have taken the name from that of U.S. ornithologist James Bond (1900-1989), an expert on Caribbean birds.